This is a dynamic, practice-led course that will prepare you for work in an increasingly technologically-driven and interdisciplinary world.
About this course
The course has three distinct areas. You’ll explore these through research, prototyping and making to develop responsive and complex design projects:
Interaction – How humans, non-humans, systems and objects interact in meaningful experiences.
Design – Addressing aesthetic and strategic needs to seek value in the material world.
Communication – The ability to work with narrative and information to craft futures.
Develop skills in interaction design, design prototyping and physical computing, user-centred design, open source digital platforms, forecasting and futures, design research, new and interactive media, designing in the anthropocene, strategic design, and critical thinking and making.